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Top 10 Fall Beers 2014

Reap the Rewards of the Harvest Season

Anderson Valley Brewing Company "The Kimmie, The Yink & The Holy Gose," one of GAYOT's Top 10 Fall Beers


Beers to Drink This Fall

Fall is a season that has the word "beer" written all over it. Cool nights unleash the craving for hearty beers, whose colors mirror those of the turning leaves. Fall brews are more flavorful and more substantial than summer's bright quenchers. Colors get deeper and flavors get toastier as the tastes of the harvest table call out for malty partners. It doesn't take much to trade up to luxury in the beer world, so why not live a little? Check out one of these world-class brews next time you're cruising the six-pack aisle. From seasonal specialties to solid stand-bys, innovative American craft brews to international ambassadors of style, autumn's finest offerings await.

by Bob Barnes


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